Reviews and Problems with Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly
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Play in the dark and with surround sound
2 May 2013
Summary: I had the nerve to play this game alone in the dark and with surround sound ( not intentional). I have never been so freaked out like I was with this game. But it was a blast to play. I must admit it was the last Fatal Frame game I played.
Summary: I have to admit that I'm somewhat of a strange case. I absolutely deplore horror movies but for some odd reason love the survival horror genre. I've played through a great deal of the resident evil series (my favorite being 4) and the Silent Hill series (my favorite in that series is 2) and all of them are scary as hell. That being said this game puts them all to shame in terms of sheer terror and is truly terrifying.
Summary: I must say that my expectations were outdone with this game. It is as scary as everyone says it is, overall this one of those games that I just had to play, and it gave me another reason to take out my legendary *dusty* PS2. I read so many great reviews about this game, and I had to see if it really was what everyone was talking about and sure enough IT IS.
Summary: Having followed video game reviews and television shows all through my adolescence, I knew the hype "Fatal Frame II" was getting. "Scariest survival horror game yet!" claimed many sources. But I hesitated to buy it, figuring the game couldn't possibly be as scary as they claimed. After all, it's only a video game, right? And the other horror games were so-so in my opinion. But then I bought the game.
Summary: I am a huge fatal frame fan just for the fact its the only game that has even came close to scareing me . this games atmosphere and sound makes you uneasy and on edge along with its great cinamatics .but besides all that it scared two grown men and this is how ......Me and my friend cody were playin the game figurein out puzzles and everythin like every game we play , and we came to a part where we didnt know what to do and so i have the controler running around when i...
Summary: This is my all time favorite game...I love the first on but this installment surpasses it. The story is so interesting. You're trapped in a cursed village that continues to replay the night of its destruction until what went wrong can be fixed. You play one of a set of Twins Mayu and Mio...and your sister keeps running off after crimson butterflys like she's being called by something...which she is and then you have to find her...
Summary: When I first sat down to play this, I had no idea how terrifying this game was. After the first time a ghost crawled out of a box, I started playing it during the day only. The plot follows two girls alone in a hidden village in Japan where a massacre occurred years before (leading to the huge amount of ghosts which roam about). Your only weapon is a camera, found inside the first house.
Summary: Fatal Frame II is quite possibly the scariest video game experience on any console. The atmosphere during the first fifteen minutes of the game is so creepy and unnerving, but you have to remember, this is only the first fifteen minutes. One thing that I have to point out though is the fact that this game doesn't rely on blood and gore to serve up some of the many scares. (Even though there is some blood in the game.) The game starts out with two sisters, Mayu and Myo.
Summary: I first heard of Fatal Frame 2 through an AMV. Which in case no one knows is an Anime Music Video. I have ALWAYS had a passion for horror and such, and I fell in love. But I never had the chance to buy the game. Until my friend brought it over to a sleepover and that was when I fell head over heels .. At first I thought it was not scary at all, since I was so used to horror. But I was wrong. After awhile even little sounds made me scream.
Summary: I played this game over a weekend, with the lights off and the surround sound turned up. It is clearly how this game is meant to be played. I was terrifically creeped out by this game. It's beautifully atmospheric and eerie. The storylines are intriguing but sad, and the images presented are unsettling - they stick in your brain afterwords. Even if you aren't interested enough to buy it, it's a great renter.